Quit

Quit Now. Quit Today.
Nicotine addiction is the most common form of chemical dependence in the U.S. There is some research that even suggests it’s as addictive as heroin, cocaine, and even alcohol. Breaking free of this addiction sometimes takes multiple tries. However, tobacco users do quit, and you can too. You may find it shocking to know there are more former smokers today than current smokers.¹

If you’re a current tobacco user, answer these simple yes or no questions:
  • Do you care about your health?
  • Do your family members care about your health?
  • Do you want to live a long, healthy life?
  • Is your family better off if you remain healthy?
  • Is providing for your family and loved ones important?
If you answered “Yes” to any of the above questions, you have a motivation for quitting tobacco. It can be a difficult process, but in this section you’ll find a variety of resources to help you each step of the way.


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References
  1. www.cdc.gov